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in the mail it is not coming. [laughter] if they send you a check to bad one year ago today steve jobs passed away and apple is not getting a pass to the guy who wrote the book do not be fooled that happened under steve jobs.ç [beep] [indistinct chatter] [kids talking at once] [speaking foreign language] [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [faint singing] [heartbeat, music playing louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me ♪ ♪ i was a lonely soul, but that's the old me... ♪ announcer: this song was created with heartbeats of children in need. find out how it can help frontline health workers bring hope to millions of children at everybeatmatters.org. charles: one year ago today steve jobs died. apple has been under larger microscope. and most recently slam for problems with the apple maps apps. people say there were problems under steve jobs as well but people did not care. he got the benefit of the doubt. i remember a metric was off but somehow he got the benefit of the doubt. maybe that was initially but not anymore? >> i would add to that. steve jobs created the benefit of
you a check to bad one year ago today steve jobs passed away and apple is not getting a pass to the guy who wrote the book do not be fooled that happened under steve jobs. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. charles: one year ago today steve jobs died. apple has been under larger microscope. and most recently slam for problems with the apple maps apps. people say there were problems under steve jobs as well but people did not care. he got the benefit of the doubt. i remember a metric was off but somehow he got the benefit of the doubt. maybe that was initially but not anymore? >> i would add to that. steve jobs created the benefit of the doubt a distortion field the uncanny ability to focus on what he wanted us to apple had them that the mail service in the and 10 dead didn't work steve jobs had the temerity t
steve jobs passed away and apple is not getting a pass to the guy who wrote the book do not be fooled that happened not be fooled that happened under steve jobs. [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. charles: one year ago today steve jobs died. apple has been under larger microscope. and most recently slam for problems with the apple maps apps. people say there were problems under steve jobs as well but people did not care. he got the benefit of the doubt. i remember a metric was o
, steve wynn is never one to hold up, but i don't think this casino king pin gambled on the response he got from this on a nevada political program, wynn erupts on president obama. >> i'll be damned if i want him to lecture me about small business and jobs. i'm a job creator, guys like me are job creators, we don like having a bulls -- we don't like having a bullseye painted on our back. i created about 250,000 direct and indirect jobs accords to state of nevada, that is one of the numbers 2 50,000, that is 250,000 more than this president. neil: he is just warming up. >> president tried to put himself between me and my employees with class warfare, by calling a group that makes money billionaires and millionaires who don't pay there are share, gave 120% of my salary and bonus away last year to charities, as i do most years, i can't stand the idea of being demagogue that is being put down by a president who has never created any jobs and does not understand how the economy works. neil: this is from local to viral, he is not aaone, insisting that every business guy that i know in this co
this is a big deal, my friends. it is why this late in the game neither party is talking about it. steve moore says the caulk is indeed taking. a three to $4 billion being added to the that everyday. get ready, this could be worse. it was the birth of the mall? i don't think either is the fairest of them all. what do you think? >> i want to highlight something. despite all of these other clips that we are talking about, they're there are only really three questions. there is the defense and in cliff and the domestic sequester quick. but let's remember one other thing. there is a big cost of doing nothing. you know, just allowed these deficits to go on through a trillion dollars a year. i happen to think that by far the most dangerous thing in terms of the immediate future is to allow those tax rates go up. i agree with you. by the way, the congressional buet office, if we let those tax rates go up, starting on january 1, higher capital gains, didends, business taxes, estate taxes go up, too, if, if you believe it back to tumble into a double dip recession. and that would be extremely painful.
rates -- >> ronald reagan -- stuart: steve forbes joins the company to talk about jack kennedy reference and joe biden's misrepresentation of the facts and the tone of the debate at 10:45. you have heard my reaction to the debate. joe biden was rude and showed extraordinary disrespect for his opponent. his laughter was contemptuous and inappropriate. on several occasions he was factually wrong. here is my daughter's take. she is 16. you watch and took notes. here is her first paragraph. most importantly it is hard to view that debate as the debate considering joe biden wouldn't stop interrupting. her first reaction was similar to most people. the vice president was aggressive from the start, trying hard to make up the ground his boss lawson. my daughter went on to say joe biden had a lot to say and prepared -- repaired some of the damage of obama's disaster last week. now the other side. paragraph 2 from my daughter's debate notes. ryan could have been more aggressive. based on facts, ryan won the debate and state collected. that is interesting. my daughter does not follow the issues tha
something different. it's like another chapter. gerri: casino mogul steve wynn calling president obama's love on job creation. coming up next gerri: is the president out of luck? is he a brisk four american businesses? let's ask our experts. great to have you both here. i want to play this sound bite from steve wynn to give you a sense of what he said. >> i'm a job creator, guys like me are job creators and we don't like having a bull's-eye painted on our back. i can't stand the idea of being demagogue. gerri: strong words, of course, and when is a mobile of wynn resorts. how we respond that? is he one of many tos that deals put off by the president? >> he was a former obama supporter, and he has fallen off the train with good reason. uncertainty has to be the number one reasons. the president spent an entire year working on that health care law. after that, you had the offering. businesses are sitting and waiting to have washington tell them what their costs are going to be in relation to those two laws. and i think he is right. the obama administration is sitting on the peoples backe
in the fox business network that steve cohen was indeed a substantial target of the government's investigation. we took a little flak for that. turns out to be everybody is caught up. he is a target. let's get into the -- batman's butler. >> before there was a robin there was alfred. you have to have a confidante. look at any criminal organization. charlie: a criminal organization -- [talking over each other] >> has to have a confidante. john gotti -- you always have to look for the person you know as the trusted confidante and can give you that key. charlie: you say the fbi is doing that? >> i believe mr. steinberg is the alfred. charlie: prominent portfolio manager put on leave and has been named which means -- >> it can mean a lot of things but it is hardly used in the justice department. you are not invited but you put a pale over that person. charlie: we think you knew what was going on? >> it is a chess game. and i indicated? is he going to get indicted? he can still be invited but he is not indicted so is not in deuce to be arrested. first in the door gets the best deal.
to be a distinguish television shot. >> consultant steve murphy worked with dukakis. >> the answer came back, we've arranged for you to ride in a tank, they won't let you ride in a tank without a helmet because it's unsafe. he relented. he suld have stuck with his instincts. >> that moment turned into this commercial. >> now he wants to be our commander in chief. america can't afford that risk. >> do ads like that really work? the consultants think they do. >> three, four, five -- >> they still rave about this ad. it ran only once, but was talked about so much on tv, they say it changed all campaigns. it was the first negative ad to use fear and raw emotion. >> 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. [explosion] >> these are the stakes. we must either love each other or we must die. >> vote or die. pretty relevant. >> but pretty unfair, a smear on ldwater. >> oh, jeez. >>edicare mckinnon worked on the bush campaign which ran this ad showing the candidates consing 9/11 victims. >> our president took ashley in his arms and just embraced her, and it was at that moment that we saw ashley's eyes fill up with
on earlier today where he was talking about how much they are looking at steve cohen, and i would guess knowing steve cohen, how smart he is, he's got a liaison working with the fbi. liz: charlie gasparino, thank you very much. good for the fbi. >> he loves it when we show his picture. liz: can you go back to the old cologne? >> you don't like this? liz: i don't like it. enough said. okay. thank you. closing bell ringing in 41 minutes. home depot is the world's largest home improvement retailer. more than 2200 stores worldwide. look at the stock over five years, a steady and very nice climb since mid 2009. so why the downgrade from oppenheimer and do we even care? home depot has a plan, they are executing it well and being punished for it? we have the chairman and ceo joining me right here in studio for an exclusive interview. that's right. home depot in the fbn house. welcome frank blake. he's coming in right now. ñ liz: let's get you your fox business market check. dow jones industrials just straddling the flat line but look at the nasdaq s&p russell all kind of recovering at leas
winnebago's profits and ebay is up and let's see, winnebago is higher. las vegas developer steve wynn slams president obama for being anti-business and he'll be damned to let the president tell him what to do. is that how the business community feels as a whole. imus: we'll ask one of our foremost authorities on small businesses, on the subject coming up next. [ male announcer ] how do you trade? with scottrader streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrader streaming quotes. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. >> announcer: meet jill. she thought she'd feel better after seeing her doctor. and she might have, if not for kari, the identity thief who stole jill's social security number to open credit cards, destroying jill's credit and her dream of retirement. now meet amanda. with
?. >> in defense i rode rode my bicycle to work. melissa: steve, give a picture. i don't believe it. >> i will tweet it to you after this i absolutely did. melissa: good for you. >> give governor brown credit. he often gets criticized for siding with environmentalists against consumers and bbsinesses. this time he went the other way. good for him. we have the delicate balance. we want to protect the environment. we're very proud of the beautiful landscape out here in california but we also want to make sure we don't strangle businesses. that delicate balance is hard to achieve but i think governor brown did the right thing. melissa: i can't believe you're making this argument. it is completely ridiculous. drivers have only themselves to blame. this was riff ren dumb to special cocktail of gasoline that so so expensive and so rare. not only that in 2015 it is getting worse. another proposition came in where standards will get even higher, tighting the stranglehold around drivers you're talking about. votely theirselves to blame for this situation and getting relief from this little respite
, a bipartisan report how important is this threat right now? >> well, the problem is what you do about it. steve things, one, heading into the defense industry and the stealing stuff that is costing us hundreds of billions of dollars to develop a new fighter , submarine. stealing that and they then have all of that technology. the second thing the arguing, and we aren't sure why, is there are getting in and hacking and snooping around all of our computer systems. looking at the electric grid, the water supply system. gerri: this does not make me feel good. >> you don't know why they're doing it. did they use it in some kind of warfare situation? that some point the mere threat of saying we could shut down the electric grid on the east coast of the united states. we don't want you to do a darn thing when we take over taiwan. >> the big 2003 blackout in the northeast, some people say it was triggered by a chinese actor who made a mistake. fifty americans died that time. also, a florida black of the some people attribute to china. they're going after the infrastructure backbone in the united states
experts have been consulted instead of think of the experts and hedge fund guys like steve ratner, followed by the union guy, you can see where this was directed. we would be in a lot better shape if they had done this based on what was best for the industry, not based on protecting the uaw. david: we have to go, but we will be following the story closely. thank you, sandra. sandra: david, banker and kick off friday before the bell and there is still time to jum jumpg ahead of the results. but what is the right move? a top analyst to tell us what to expect next. and toyota has the largest worldwide recall ever affecting millions of vehicles. we will tell you the details ahead. nearly 1 billion people around the world don't have enough food to survive. we can't let this happen. there is something we can do about it. please join christina aguilera and yum! brands in the movement to fight world hunger by supporting the united nations world food programme. for more information, go to fromhungertohope.com. your contribution will feed children and save lives. together, we can stop the d
ago today, steve jobs, the visionary cofounder of apple, died at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. the company remains an industry powerhouse despite the loss of their leader. >>> now on to our top story tonight. good news on the jobs front. according to the household survey, 700, i'm sorry, 873,000 people found a job last night. last month. that brought the unemployment rate down to 7.8% for the first time in 3 1/2 years. the employers survey though reported a very different number, only 114,000 people found a job. that means, 759,000 people found a job but they aren't showing up on the payroll. how is that possible? with me to sort it all out, phil angelides, former california treasurer and campaign surrogate for president obama. thank you so much for coming on the show tonight. >> a pleasure. melissa: a lot of people have spent the day trying to reconcile these two numbers. of course these surveys are done very differently. the household people call people at home, say are you looking, are you working? employer survey they grow to the employers look at pe
hook hook at tt steve jobs. >> we just started this launch. number two, the ipad mini opens a new category of tablet. it will be ultimately bigger than the ipad. when we look at apple tv, that is something over the next year, and they still don't even work with the biggest carrier in the world, china mobile. there is so much to look forward to. only 6%, pc marketshare only five. melissa: thanks, compelling argument, we will have to watch. melissa: hackers claiming to have ties to terror groups threatening to attack the website for some of our largest financial companies. adam shapiro joins us with the very latest, where are we? >> now according to a posting on a site where hackers actually say i'm about our whereabouts to do something ha is a posting frm this group identifying itself as a cyber fighters, they're the group taking credit for last month's attacks will target capital one financial, delay of service request, they flooded the websites in institutions with e-mails so you cannot get in. right now there does not seem to be any problems with capital one. tomorrow suntrust a
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